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zsh yum-utils
 
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== SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations) ==
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== Install SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations) ==
The following relates to the installation of systemimager for serving images. See [[CentosWorkstation]] for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting the images.
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The following relates to the once-off installation of systemimager for '''serving''' images. See [[CentosWorkstation]] for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting the images.
  
 
* yum install perl-AppConfig
 
* yum install perl-AppConfig

Revision as of 04:26, 24 April 2009

Lychee

lychee is one of our servers. This document provides a full description of its services. If a service is moved to another server, please just move the corresponding description to its page.

Software

/marksw

/marksw/ contains a large selection of pre-compiled software for use by the group. Each package is found in /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/. The source code and details of how the software was built is in /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/SOURCE. In the bash (csh) configuration file /marksw/BASHRC (/marksw/CSHRC), is a simple shell function, module, which can be used in the following ways:

  1. module avail
  2. module $NAME/$VERSION ...

The first use lists the possible $NAME/$VERSION options for the second use. The second use simply adds for each $NAME/$VERSION argument, /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/bin and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/sbin to the beginning of the contents of the PATH environment variable; /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/lib64 and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/lib to the beginning of the contents of the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable; and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/man to the beginning of the contents of the MANPATH environment variable.

The module command is sourced in the global bash configuration file /etc/bashrc and in the global csh configuration file /etc/csh.local.

Yum

Yum Repositories

Repository Software Installed

zsh yum-utils

Install SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations)

The following relates to the once-off installation of systemimager for serving images. See CentosWorkstation for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting the images.